Aging & Disability Services (ADS)—the Area Agency on Aging for Seattle-King County—wants to know how you think we can become a more elder-friendly community. Every four years, ADS develops a plan that charts the course the agency will take in creating an elder-friendly community. ADS looks at demographics and other trends, and major service goals […]
Let the city know your thoughts on housing affordability and livability in Seattle. Take the survey here:
The Department of Planning and Development (DPD) is studying a variety of areas around the city to promote more walkable neighborhood business districts. This would involve adding a pedestrian designation to existing Neighborhood Commercial Zones.
By adding a pedestrian retail area designation to a neighborhood commercial (NC) zone, the aim is to:
Here’s an opportunity to weigh in on the Northgate Urban Design Framework (UDF). You can read the entire draft here, but you needn’t read it because the survey describes features on which it asks your opinion.
The UDF, developed with extensive community input, defines the future vision of the Northgate area.
The UDF’s guidance will:
The City of Seattle is in the process of collecting new data about residents’ use of communications technology, barriers and needs through an online survey, random telephone survey and focus groups with diverse communities. The results will be published this summer.
Join in! Seattle residents are invited to take the online survey, in English or […]
Drew Matthews is a graduate student at UW Evans School of Public Affairs. He’s conducting a needs assessment study for additional public art in Seattle. Drew wants to get feedback from the neighborhoods to determine where in Seattle public art is most welcome.
Below is a survey with only 5 questions. It should take no […]
City leaders are working on the Seattle budget right now and they want your feedback. Share your priorities for Seattle and your views about city services by taking the City Budget Survey.
In embarking on a new planning process to develop strategic direction for the future, Seattle Parks and Recreation is asking three key questions:
· Are its resources deployed in the most effective manner?
· What is the public view of its park system?
· What are the basic services Parks provides?
Parks invites the public […]
This is a project of the Seattle Area Happiness Initiative and Sustainable Seattle, with Take Back Your Time and the Compassionate Action Network
Want to help Seattle develop an index of our collective happiness? An on-line survey offers you an enjoyable way to learn just how well you are doing in the nine domains of […]
Below are summary results of the Pinehurst Survey. There were 65 responses and the comments are very constructive with many good ideas that are realistic to implement. My favorite part is that 60% of those who responded believe that Pinehurst is either “an up an coming neighborhood” or “the best neighborhood in Seattle.
See the […]